Baden-Baden Germany

Baden-Baden is a German hidden gem, an unforgettable city where health meets world-class cuisine and a rich nightlife.

Located at the foot of the beautiful German Black Forest, this area was founded by the Romans 2000 years ago, where the first baths were built.

There are hot springs, hot springs, nature, and people here live in first-class hotels — and meet up at casinos to play games.

Over centuries, a very magical place has emerged that offers relaxation, stimulation in many different ways.

In July 2021, the city of Baden-Baden was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the other cities of the "European Spa Town".

The Rose Novelty of Baden-Baden is one of the most important roses in Europe. Beutig's novelty gardens rival even the famous experimental gardens in Paris, Rome and St Albans in England.

Baden-Baden faces "good times" every summer. At the International Rose Novelty Competition, enthusiasts, breeders and judges come together to pick the most beautiful roses.

Baden-Baden has about 56,000 inhabitants in an area of ​​140.2 square kilometers.

It accounts for 61.8% of the total forest area. This makes the spa town the largest municipal forest owner in Germany.

Baden-Baden also boasts the third largest wine-growing region in Baden-W├╝rttemberg and about 500 km of hiking trails.

Baden-Baden is very famous for its thermal heat baths, Germany's largest beautiful opera and concert hall, magnificent parks and gardens, as well as the Kurhaus and world-famous casino.

The Baden-Baden Christmas Market is also famous. Considered one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Germany, it offers visitors a very special winter fairytale.

The Romans established Baden-Baden here more than 2,000 years ago. The Roman settlement received the Latin name "Aquae", meaning "spring water" or "bathing", for its healing springs.

In the Middle Ages, the city was simply called Baden.

The dual name Baden-Baden was used as early as the 16th century to distinguish the cities of the same name (Baden in Switzerland and Baden near Vienna). But Baden-Baden has only been the official name of the world-famous spa town since 1931.